Whatever happened to Evan Dobelle and David McClain, the immediate predecessors to University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood, who announced last week that she will retire in September?
Question: Whatever happened to the arson case involving three boats owned by North Shore Shark Adventures that were destroyed in separate fires?
Whatever happened to a program on Oahu that sought to increase public awareness of coqui frogs by asking residents to step out at night, listen and report any sounds of the croaking critters?
Question: Whatever happened to the Filipino Community Center’s plan to install a photovoltaic system?
Whatever happened to the 20,000 tons of Oahu municipal waste that Hawaiian Waste Systems planned to ship to the U.S. mainland?
Question: Whatever happened to attempts to retrieve a voice recording of Hawaii King David Kalakaua as he lay dying in a San Francisco hotel in 1891?
Whatever happened to Kathryn "Katie" McKenzie, the 11-year-old Kailua girl who was critically injured when a car plowed into her on a downtown Honolulu sidewalk in 1997?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to plans to repair the roof of Farrington High School’s auditorium, which collapsed last year?
Whatever happened to Justin Boulay, the convicted murderer from Illinois who was released on parole after serving 12 years in prison and moved to Hawaii?
Whatever happened to the development of the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center on Maui honoring Americans of Japanese Ancestry who fought during World War II?
Whatever happened with the National Children’s Study announced in October 2010 that would follow more than 1,000 Oahu newborns and soon-to-be-borns until age 21 to study how environmental and genetic influences affect American children?
Question: Whatever happened to the man who was accused of using a cellphone to record video of a girl and a woman using public restrooms on Hawaii island?
Whatever happened to the bike sharing program in Kailua that launched in May 2011?
Question: Whatever happened to the practice of attaching wheel-immobilizing “boots” on unauthorized parked cars at Leonard’s Bakery and at an adjacent building on Kapahulu Avenue?
Question: Whatever happened to the police investigation into finding the child whose six fingers were found in a plastic bag in a Dumpster near Aala Park in 2012?
Whatever happened with the state investigation of internal security breaches in the state Department of Taxation’s computer database discovered in 2011, and which resulted in disciplinary action against some employees?
Question: Whatever happened to the third bird that went missing from the Honolulu Zoo last March after vandals slashed open 24 bird cages?
Question: Whatever happened to the six individuals who were caught on a surveillance video camera allegedly stealing toys from Toys R Us at Windward Mall in December 2011?
Whatever happened to restoration efforts for the 134-year-old Falls of Clyde at Pier 7 in Honolulu Harbor?
Question: What is the status of the Kapiolani Park archery range, which the city closed indefinitely on April 24 after an arrow was found on a nearby tennis court?
Whatever happened to plans to repair the water control system at Lake Wilson, including the broken valve that was draining the reservoir in March 2011?
Question: Whatever happened in the search for the Waipahu mother of three whose family put out a missing person's plea in May?
Question: Was the Kaimuki High School graduate who was accused of killing a fellow Kaimuki alumni in Los Angeles in May ever prosecuted?
Question: Whatever happened to the underwater fiber-optic cable that was severed in the ocean, disrupting service to about 400,000 Oceanic Time Warner Cable customers in 2010?
Whatever happened to the case involving Daria S. Bruce, former secretary of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kalaheo on Kauai, who was found guilty four years ago of stealing money from two church donations?
Question: What ever happened to the City and County of Honolulu employee who fired off the flare at the Koko Head Gun Range last year that started the huge fire and required a helicopter to rescue hikers on the nearby trail?
Whatever happened to efforts to restore a large historic pond and islet of Hawaiian royalty in Lahaina?
Watada, a 1996 Kalani High School graduate, became famous in 2006 for his refusal to deploy to Iraq, a war he denounced as illegal and unjust.
Whatever happened to the class-action lawsuit over denial of mental health services by the state?
Whatever happened to Koloa Camp in Kauai, one of the last remnants of Hawaii’s first sugar plantation?
Question: Whatever happened to plans for a compost-making facility for the area north of Schofield Barracks in Wahiawa?
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Whatever happened to the stalemate over the city’s “white bin” recycling program at Oahu schools?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to Kumba, the 13-year-old Rottweiler/ Labrador mix who underwent one of the state’s first in-clinic stem cell treatment surgeries in June at Surf Paws in Hawaii Kai to relieve severe arthritis in his hips?
Question: Whatever happened to Read Aloud America, one of dozens of social service programs that suffered funding cuts last year due to the state's economic woes?
Question: Whatever happened to the bill aimed at giving nonprofit groups more leeway in supporting their local state library branch?
: Whatever happened to efforts to enact stricter cybercrime laws this past legislative session?
Question: Whatever happened to renovations that were supposed to be done at the Kamamalu Building downtown?
Question: Whatever happened to the case involving a 2-year-old white Maltese that was found shot and left for dead in Maunawili nearly two months ago?
Question: Whatever happened to recommendations for new landfill sites on Oahu proposed by the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Landfill Site Selection?
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas » When it comes to new laws, Texas usually saves its bewilderment for ones from Washington. But this scorching summer, it's a single city ordinance on the popular Guadalupe River that is stirring frustration and confusion.
Question: Whatever happened to the historic Lihue Sugar Mill and Kekaha Sugar Mill on Kauai that are slated to be demolished?
Question: Whatever happened to the principal of August Ahrens Elementary School in Waipahu, who was put on administrative leave following allegations of financial impropriety?
Question: Whatever happened to former University of Hawaii head basketball coach Bob Nash?
Question: Whatever happened to the case of Ezekiel Wakinekona, who was charged with manslaughter in the death of 3-year-old Marley Makanani?
Question: Whatever happened to the city bus drivers who were injured: March 16, 2011, when a 60-foot-tall ironwood tree fell on the bus on Pali Highway, and April 2 when the driver suffered a medical condition that led to a bus crashing into a concrete wall bordering Kawaiaha‘o Church?
Question: Whatever happened to the homeless “Jane Doe” who was supposed to be reunited with her family in New Zealand?
Question: Whatever happened to the problem of homeless people occupying the public restrooms at the Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor?
Question: Whatever happened to retired fire Capt. Richard Soo and his family after their home in Papakolea burned last year?
Question: Whatever happened to the Rachel Marie and Melissa Ann, two catamarans used for the TheBoat water transit service from Leeward Oahu to downtown Honolulu?
Question: Whatever happened to the two drivers arrested following traffic incidents in September and January in which Honolulu police officers who had pulled over to the side of a highway were struck and killed?
Question: Whatever happened to Damien Memorial School’s move to become coeducational?
Question: Whatever happened to the federal criminal case against the businessman accused of illegally importing aerial fireworks, which were among the confiscated fireworks that exploded in a Waikele storage bunker last April, killing five men?
Question: Whatever happened to the leasehold land dispute between residents who live in the Date-Laau area and ‘Iolani School, which has purchased the land?
Question: Whatever happened to the 30-day trial period scheduled to test video surveillance cameras on 10 city buses slated to begin
Question: Whatever happened in the case of a man whose body was found in Koko Crater Botanical Garden late last year?
Question: Whatever happened to the woman whose car was struck by the SUV in which former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan was a passenger and his girlfriend, Shakti Stream, the driver?
Question: Whatever happened to Women’s Community Correctional Center warden Mark Patterson, who was placed on administrative leave in August because of an investigation by the state Attorney General’s Office?
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Question: Whatever happened to Justin Boulay, the convicted murderer who moved to Hawaii after he was released on parole from a prison in Illinois?
Question: Whatever happened to the case of John Parsons, the Australian visitor who went hiking on the Waimalu Ditch Trail in 2008 and was never seen again?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to the multimillion-dollar Hawaii NFL Youth Education Town Center, funded in part by the NFL and run by the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, that opened in Nanakuli almost three years ago?
Question: Whatever happened to Herman “Sam” Scanlan, the police officer injured Sept. 13 when a car hit him and officer Eric Fontes, who was killed, as they were conducting a traffic stop on Farrington Highway near Ko Olina? Is officer Scanlan back at work?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to the right-turn lane being constructed on the H-1 Kinau Street offramp to improve ambulance access to the Queen's Medical Center and clear up traffic congestion at the Ward Avenue intersection?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to the $50 American Express gift cards Hawaiian Electric Co. was sending out to thousands of customers who lost power when a winter storm ripped through Oahu in March 2011 and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1260 went out on strike?
Question: Whatever happened to Roger Christie, the Hawaii island “cannabis minister” who was being held without bail and had trial scheduled for April 2011 on marijuana charges?
Question: Whatever happened to that Hawaiian voyaging canoe at Kamehameha Iki Park in Lahaina that has been under construction for more than a decade?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to the muffler shop and barbecue restaurant owned by Bob Barr on Kahuhipa Street in Kaneohe?
Question: Whatever happened to the project to control the infestation of nettle caterpillars in various parts of Hawaii?
Question: Whatever happened to Bucky Lake, who was found guilty of manslaughter for a 1988 traffic collision that killed five people near Makapuu?
Question: Whatever happened to the development of Waialee Beach Park on the North Shore? The city acquired the beachfront land nearly
two decades ago.
Question: Whatever happened to the woman known in the news media as the "Black Widow?" Apparently she and her brother were involved in the death of their mother for insurance purposes.
Question: Whatever happened to Hawaii Duck Tours, which operated two World War II-era amphibious craft for tourists around Oahu?
Question: Whatever happened to Herbert Naone, the former Aloha Stadium security chief who was convicted of extorting nightclubs?
Question: Whatever happened to the case involving David Orpin, accused of beating another homeless man to death in the parking lot of a Catholic church in Manoa last year?
Question: Whatever happened to Shakti Stream — girlfriend of former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan — who was involved in a two-car collision on the Big Island in November?
QUESTION: Whatever happened to the old turf that was replaced recently at Aloha Stadium?
Question: Whatever happened to the 2009 state investigation into alleged unlicensed contracting activity in the demolition of a Hawaiian Cement pre-heater tower at Campbell Industrial Park that collapsed prematurely, killing a worker?
Whatever happened to Kevin Brunn, one of the police officers involved in that Waialua cockfighting operation? I heard recently he had been very ill and was hospitalized.
Question: Whatever happened to the investigation of former Honolulu Police Deputy Chief Delbert Tatsuyama, who allegedly brought in officers on overtime so his son's Cub Scout troop could visit the police academy on a Sunday?
Question: Whatever happened to the proposed development of a 1,150-unit housing project mauka of the Wailea Resort in south Maui?
Question: Whatever happened to the Honolulu Police Department web page where it posted photos of people arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence?
For Hawaii voters of a certain age, Gov. Neil Abercrombie will forever be linked to the yellow Checker cab that shuttled him to key political victories in the 1970s and '80s.
Question: Whatever happened to the case of the Wahiawa physician accused of trying to hire a female patient to kill his ex-girlfriend?
Whatever happened to the investigations into widespread vandalism at papaya farms on Hawaii island and in Mililani last year?
Question: Whatever happened to the case in which a man was severely injured in an electrical explosion as he allegedly tried to steal copper wire at the abandoned Hard Rock Cafe site at Kapiolani Boulevard and Kalakaua Avenue in January?